Thursday, May 4, 2017

Annual insurance premium $12,800 for over 50 and $18,000 per year 60 to 64 years of age for Trumpcare

60 to 64 would see their annual premiums soar 22% to nearly $18,000, according to the Milliman study for the AARP. Those in their 50s would be hit with a 13% increase and pay an annual premium of $12,800.

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Who gets hurt, who gets helped in GOP health care bill

And the following quote tells you why thousands and likely tens of thousands are going to die who wouldn't have under Obamacare. Basically, it's the gobblegook of the way it is said that actually kill people. People will die by falling through the cracks of this new plan. Think carefully about what is being said here:

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Those with pre-existing conditions could be charged more and get less coverage
States could allow insurers to charge higher premiums to those with pre-existing conditions who let their coverage lapse. These states would have to set up high-risk pools or other programs to help lower the costs of insuring these folks, but many experts say the $138 billion set aside through 2026 for that funding would not be enough.
Related: High-risk pools won't match Obamacare's protections for pre-existing conditions
Consumers with health issues may also find that their policies don't cover all of their needs. That's because states could allow insurers to offer skimpier plans. It's likely many carriers would take them up on that offer since few would want to sell policies that attract the sickest and costliest patients.


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